First registered on December 17th, 1968 in Mayfair, London where the car spent it's first 20 years.
In 1988, was bought by Mr Woburn in Surrey who cared for it for the next 10 years, keeping every MOT certificate.
In 1998 the car was bought by a Dutch car collector who lovingly cared for the car for .....
The Rover P5 series were produced from 1958 until 1973. Marketed as the Rover 3 Litre, Rover 3.5 Litre and Rover 3½ Litre, 69,141 units were built. The P5 appeared in September 1958, as the 3-litre. It was powered by a 2995 cc engine. A Mark I-A, introduced in September 1961, featured a minor restyle, .....
Grey with red leather, manual with overdrive. Supplied by Botwoods of Ipswich in 1963. Service history with original service book indicating the 34k recorded miles as being correct. Sympathetically restored after long term storage including new stainless steel exhaust system
Selling as a restoration project.
Registered in 1967 this Rover P5 coupe has only 3 registered owners from new.
The last owner of the P5 has had since 1992 - 27 years.
Now nearly 52 years old - can now be registered as tax and MOT exempt.
It shows clear on the HPI register.
Red leather interior.
1971 Rover P5B Coupe finished in old english white with burnt grey roof and saddle tan interior. 3 owners from new, originally sold through Crabtree & Nicol Ltd. Rover Dealership in Sheffield back in February 1971.
Bodywork is in very good condition with no rust repairs required. The underneath is .....
Rover 3L Saloon
Mot 9th April 2020 (Exempt)
Transferable Reg 300 VNY
A Rover P5 that is in good condition, It is from the film world and has been used in many productions including The Crown, It does start and drive well going up and down through the gearbox with .....
For sale by auction on Saturday 18th May 2019 with Historics auctions.
Registration 451 XNO
Chassis Number 84507419
Odometer reading 78592
The Rover P5 series was produced from 1958 until 1973. Models were marketed under the names Rover 3 litre and Rover 3½ litre. The final .....
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This rare manual mark 1 Rover P5 is selling as a restoration project.
It comes with a clear HPI document, and was registered with the DVLA in 1997, however we are unsure of exact manufacture date.
This vehicle has been stood the best part of 20 years.
We believe .....
Very good and rare 1966 Rover P5 3 liter Mark III Coupé Automatic, RHD, 6 cylinder. 100 HP, black with leather and walnut interior, original, good mechanics and tyres, currently under conservative restoration, Dutch papers, first example of 4 door coupé, David Bache's design masterpiece, quintessentially .....
Original condition, in need of restoration
Never been welded, but needs it in the usual places
Stainless steel exhaust fitted
Door cards missing and interior not in the best shape
Engine runs and car will drive with petrol can under the bonnet
Brakes work, but need looking at
Likely for the mileage .....
First registered on 12th May 1965. Finished in two tone grey with blue hide. This manual/overdrive example drives very well and benefits from power steering. Presented in sound condition throughout and excellent interior. The mileage is displaying 46800 and she comes with mot test until January 2020. .....
We have a wonderful Rover 3 liter Mark 2 for sale. Also know as the P5 Coupe it was the preferred mode of transport for many British leaders and dignitaries in the 60`s and early 70`s. This particular car was supplied in Switzerland in April 1966. After being sold and exported to Germany on the 26th .....
Nice and good driving P5B Coupe, Admiralty Blue with same color roof.
Several modifications like stainless exhaust, improved headlamps, electronic ignition.
Recent rebuild of steering box, new tyres, new door seals.
Car is located in Netherlands
Roverspecialist Berry Smink
Rally Preparation Services is pleased to offer this purposeful Rover P5B Coupe classic long distance rally car
The Rover P5 first arrived in 1958 equipped with Rover’s 3 litre IOE engine which featured an overhead inlet, side exhaust valve arrangement which allowed for a narrow bore. Although far .....
These are personal favourites with us. Magnificently British they formed a part of Government and Royal fleets throughout their production. So much importance was placed upon their usability by the Government that they ordered and stored a number of these cars for use long after production ended. The .....